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Welcome
To
AMANA
SAFETY INDUCTION
TRAINING
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PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF DUBAI DESIGN DISTRICT – OFFICE BUILDING
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Project Name : Dubai Design District, Office Building (J 175)
Client : TAMDEEN
Consultant : Kling Consultant, Group Consult International, SPeC
Main Contractor : AMANA Steel Buildings Contracting LLC
Scope of Work : Block works, Plastering, MEP, Cladding work.
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Information about key personnel at site.
PROJECT MANAGER : Mr. Motasem Bellah Thalji
TECHNICAL MANAGER : Mr. Jamal Qubbaj
PROJECT HSE MANAGER : Mr. Mumtaz Ahmad Khan
CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS: HSE Officers
Mr. Md. Shameem (Bld # 2 4 6 8/9) Mr. Anson Abraham
Mr. M.Suleiman Alseid (Bld #1 3 5 7 10/11) Mr. Hareesh
South ZONE
Mr. Mr. Asim Khalil / Mr. G Nair / Mr. Varun
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HSE POLICY
HSE POLICY (Key points to Remember)
- A policy is a statements from top
management to show the
commitments towards HSE.
- Signed and approved by GM
- HSE is one of the main priority in
the company
- Prevention of incidents should be
given high priority
- Top management should guarantee
the adherence of UAE Legal
requirements.
- Compliance of OHSAS 18001:2007;
ISO 14001.
- Continual improvements in HSE
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OBJECTIVE OF HSE PLAN
 The objective of HSE Plan is to provide a
workable model to help the site management
team in striving to achieve the ultimate goal
of AMANA- Zero lost time incident.
 We, the AMANA team of “Project J 175 of
DDD – Office buildings” shall achieve the set
health and safety goals: Zero fatalities, Zero
Lost Time Injuries (LTI).
 We shall achieve our goals by building and
maintaining a safety culture in the day- to -
day work activities of all the employees by
integrating the safety requirements in all the
Company procedures in compliance with all
the legal requirements of Dubai.
HSE PLAN
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 Provide safest possible working environment to employees.
 Encourage safe behavior by suitable motivation.
 Discourage all types of unsafe behaviors without fails.
 All accidents, illnesses, property damage and pollution are
avoidable and are to be prevented
 No job is so urgent or demanding that it cannot be done
safely
 Adhering to HSE rules is a condition of employment
 Setting examples through our behaviour
 Nobody Gets Killed,
 Nobody Gets Seriously Injured
 No High Risk Incidents
 Every person returns home safely to his family at the end of
the project
Vision for a Safe Project
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 All new employees should attend Safety Induction training.
 They must carry the ID (Emirates ID / Health card / Valid VISA proof).
 Horseplay, Fighting, Gambling, Running is prohibited
 No photography unless authorized
 Possession Or Use Of Alcohol, Or Unauthorized Drugs, Are Totally Prohibited.
Possession, use and sale of alcohol and drugs as well as entry to the Site under
the influence of alcohol or drugs is forbidden (worker who is caught will be
permanently removed from the site);
 No material should be taken from the project’s work areas without written
permission from the project manager or his designated authority.
Site Safety & Security Requirement
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Personal Behavior and Conduct
 Not permitted on site : Radios, Cassette players, CD player, Music
Systems,
 No site visiting during nights, Week-ends or holidays without prior
permission;
 Compliance with site rules and safety regulations is mandatory;
 Tampering with safety equipment is forbidden;
 Abusive or aggressive behavior is not permitted;
 Causing damage on purpose or misuse of facilities on the job site is
forbidden;
 Eating and resting outside designated areas is strictly prohibited;
 Operating machineries without authorization;
 Compliance with security procedures is mandatory.
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NO SMOKING POLICY
 Smoking is prohibited in all areas, such as
offices, toilets, corridors, stairs, floors, site
yard, Hoist, stores and company vehicles
(unless used privately) and other places
where smoking is specifically prohibited.
 THE ENTIRE CONSTRUCTION AREA IS
DESIGNATED AS ‘NO SMOKING ZONE’.
 SMOKING IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED EXCEPT IN
THE *DESIGNATED AREA.
CARELESS SMOKING IS ONE OF THE MAJOR CAUSE OF FIRE
SITE TRAFFIC RULES
SPEED LIMIT must be fixed as per the site requirements.
TRAFFIC HAZARDS:
TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS CLAIMS SEVERAL LIVES
 No reverse policy at site (Making Round about / U Turn)
 No overtake
 Camel Hump – Speed Breaker
 Drive defensively, depute FLAGman
 Not using mobile phone while driving
 Usage of Seat belts for driver as well as passenger
 Never ride on construction vehicle (JCB, FLT, bobcat etc)
 Following Local Traffic Rules Strictly
 Care other road users while driving
Other Traffic rules must be complied with.
Over speeding, Unskilled drivers, Not following traffic rules etc
SITE TRAFFIC RULES
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 UAE LABOUR LAW
 ZONING AUTHORITY – TECOM
 DUBAI MUNICIPALITY CODE OF
CONSTRUCTION SAFETY PRACTICE
UAE Regulations
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 Employers must provide adequate preventive
measures for protection of their employees from
risk of injury or occupational disease, fire risks
or other kind of risks, which may result from the
use of machinery and other equipment, handling
of chemicals/ toxic substances or performing
any other work (Working at height etc) at the
work place.
Duties of Employer to Protect Employees
Duty of Employer
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 Follow correct instructions, don’t take chances, if you don’t know,
ask.
 Correct/report unsafe conditions and help to keep everything
clean and orderly.
 Use right tools and equipment for the job, use them safely.
 Report all injuries, get first aid promptly.
 Use, adjust and repair equipment only when authorized.
 Use prescribed equipment, wear safe clothing and keep them in
good condition.
 Don’t horseplay, avoid distracting others.
 Comply with all safety rules and signs.
 Not to intentionally or recklessly interfere with anything provided
in the interest of health and safety – PPEs, Fire Extinguishers etc.
Employees Obligation
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SUB-CONTRACTOR’S LEGAL RESPOSIBILTY
 Besides moral duty, We / every contractor has a legal responsibility
for safety
 Supervisors (Contractors, Subcontractors) can be held criminally
liable for serious injury or death of an employee if they have been
negligent in their duties .
Legal Obligation
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Consequences of Incidents
Supervisor jailed after crane collapses on workers
by Amy Glass on Sunday, 06 July 2008
CRANE KILLINGS: A Doha court has jailed a construction site
supervisor for two years after a crane collapsed, killing four men and
injured three others. (Getty Images)
A Doha court has jailed a construction site supervisor for two
years after a crane collapsed, killing four men and injured
three others, Qatar daily Gulf Times reported on Sunday.
The supervisor, from Syria, and his employer were also fined 20,000
Qatari riyals ($5,499) each for the accident which killed three Filipino
men and one Indian man.
The accident occurred on March 19, 2007, when a crane being
operated for the first time tilted and fell upon the workers at a
construction site near the West Bay, Doha.
The supervisor, his employer and insurance firm were jointly ordered to
pay 150,000 Qatari riyals as ‘bloodmoney’ to families of three of the
victims, the newspaper said.
Supervisors (Contractors, Subcontractors) can be held
criminally liable for serious injury or death of an
employee if they have been negligent in their duties.
Consequences of Incidents
WORKING AT HEIGHT
WOKING ON AN UNDEFINED HEIGHT IS MAJOR
HAZARD IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY…
MOST OF ACCIDENT CAUSED DUE TO FALL FROM
HEIGHT.
Number of fall from a height of over 2 m result in death
or serious injury.
Workplace HAZARDS
Major causes of accidents in construction
1. Fall from Height
2. Fall of Materials
3. Structure collapse
4. Fire
5. Electrocution
6. Vehicle /
machineries related
7. Other reasons
Fall from height is the biggest killer
in construction industries.
50% of all accidents are caused
due fall from height.
50 %
50 %
Workplace HAZARDS
Year – unknown,
Month May to July.
No of Fatality - 10
1. Fall from Height - 6
2. Fall of Materials -2
3. Out of 8 accident 2 (TWO) are
only due to lifting and CRANE.
4. Electrocution -2
UNSAFE ACTIONS AND UNSAFE
CONDITIONS ARE THE ONLY
REASON BEHIND THESE
ACCIDENTS.
Workplace HAZARDS
Workplace HAZARDS
1. Do not work at height unless it is essential;
2. Ensure that the working platform is
 Secure & Stable;
 Footed on stable ground/support/structure;
 support the weight of those persons using it
and any materials; and
 There is adequate working space to undertake
the work;
3. Ensure that all open edges are protected by use
of guard rails, barriers, etc.
4. Ensure suitable fall protection and give priority
to collective Fall Protection over personal.
Working at height - Prevention
Prevention of Falls:
Workplace HAZARDS
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 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT IS A SAFEGUARD AGAINST
JOB HAZARDS.
 MANDATORY PPE AT SITE.
The only area where PPE is not required is inside the offices
PPE
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Specialised PPE
Personal protective
equipment is a safeguard
against job hazards. When
used as intended along
with other preventative
measures, PPE minimizes
or eliminates risks to
employees.
SAFETY HELMET & SAFETY SHOES are Mandatory PPE
Other PPE shall be used as per the hazards present in your work area
– Safety glasses / Face shields – Flying particles; Hand Gloves – Protection from sharp objects and chemicals
– Ear muffs/ plugs – Protection against hearing loss; Dust Mask / Escape Mask – Dust, Mist, Gas Hazards
– Harness – Protection from falling
Remember! PPE is the last line of defense before “contact.”,
hence should not be considered as first option for protection
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SAFETY SIGNS
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Welfare Facility
 In case of any injury, report to the site First Aid Room,
no matter how slight the injury.
 Get first aid treatment for all minor injuries and gives
details about the injury to the Male Nurse.
 Rest area
 Drinking Water Facility
 Mosque
 Toilet / hand wash area
 First aid Facility
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Safety Induction
REPORTING OF UNSAFE
CONDITION, ACTS, NEAR MISSES,
ACCIDENTS
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Reduce Injuries
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Report Incidents
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 In case of Accident.
 In case of an Emergency
 In case of FIRE
 Drills, Alarm System, Escape route, Assembly Point
 Emergency Contact Numbers / emergency control
team
 Emergency Exit Layout Plan
Emergency Procedure
YOU NEED TO KNOW…
Nearest Assembly Point
EXIT routes
EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
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IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
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ASSEMBLY POINT
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EMERGENCY CONTACT
EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS
FIRE 997
AMBULANCE 998
POLICE 999
PROJECT HSE MANAGER 050 – 3782 302,
MALE NURSE 0527152159
PROJECT MANAGER 050 852 8456
CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS SAFETY OFFICERS
ELECTRICIAN (GULSHAD) 055 – 6172370
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EMERGENCY CONTACT
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 Stay calm, do not panic.
 Inform your supervisor, storekeeper, secretary, and the
nearest first aider.
 Don’t touch the injured person if you suspect that
he has been electrocuted.
 If any material is lying on the injured person, assist
others in removing it.
 Don’t move the injured person unless it is VERY
essential to do so; you may be hurting him by
unnecessary movements
 Move him only if there is further risk of injury to the
casualty at the scene of accident.
 Don’t give any drinks or food to the injured unless
directed by competent persons..
IN CASE OF ACCIDENT
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IN CASE OF FIRE
JLT – C1 Tower
18th January 2007
12:30 pm
UNSAFE HOTWORK IN LIFT
SHAFT
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 ALERT! About fire and raise alarm.
 Inform others who may in danger.
 With the minimum of personal risk , attack the fire with fire extinguisher
provided nearby.
 Call others for help while extinguishing FIRE.
 In the event that the fire can not be extinguished , evacuate the building
using one of the designated “Exit” routes ( do not use Lift/Hoist) and go to
“ASSEMBLY POINT”
 Inform your supervisor.
 Inform Safety officer / Construction Manager
 Sub-contractor management will provide a written report within 24 hrs to
AMANA HSE Department.
ON DISCOVERY OF FIRE FOLLOWING ACTION WILL BE TAKEN IMMEDIATELY
IN CASE OF FIRE
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Safety Induction
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HEAD COUNTING FLOW CHART
Head Count
INCIDENT CONTROLER
PROJECT MANAGER / CONSTRUCTION MANAGER
TIME KEEPER / STORE KEEPER
FIRE WARDEN - FOREMAN/
SUPERVISOR
EMPLOYEE
ROLL CALL COORDINATOR- PROJECT
ENGINEER / SITE ENGINEER
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Vehicles / Heavy Equipment
All suppliers to be informed about the site HSE requirements, and they
must bring the documents in ORIGINAL for verification and records.
VALID vehicle registration
Valid driving license
Valid 3rd party certificate
Valid 3rd party driver / operator training certificate
Initial vehicle inspection and inspection tags
Operators / drivers induction training
Flagman
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3rd Party Certificate
All Heavy Equipment – backhoes, Wheel
Loader, Roller, skid steer etc.
Lifting Equipment - Tower Crane /
Mobile Cranes / Boom Loader/ MEWP/
cradles
Hoist / Material - Man basket / Loading
Platforms
Lifting tackles – Chain Sling, Web sling,
D-Shackles etc.
TC invalid: in case of ANY MODIFICATION / ALTERATION / REPAIR / INCREASE /
DECREASE IN SECTIONS / SUPPORTS / OR COMPONENTS IS MADE.
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3rd Party Training Certificate
Tower Crane / Mobile Crane / Heavy equipment operators
- Drivers
Hoist operators
Riggers – Signalmen – Banskmen
Scaffold Erectors –
Scaffold Supervisor (Scafftag Signing Authority)
First Aid providers
Fire Marshals
Only ORIGINAL certificate to be shown during
Induction Training, True Copy shall be made
for RECORD.
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3rd Party Training Certificate
MEWP OPERATOR
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PERMIT TO WORK
HOT WORK PERMIT
EDGE PROTECTION REMOVAL
SHAFT ENTRY PERMIT
ROOF WORK PERMIT
EXCAVATION
CONFINED SPACE
LIFTING PERMIT
HOT WORK
Work at Height Excavation Lifting Work
1. Permit shall be issued to trained employees / engineer / foreman only.
2. Total 2 copies-Original at the work place, Second copy-with issuer; Closed permits
(Original) to be submitted to Safety Dept.
3. Ensure the no residual risk after completion of work.
4. The permit issued will be valid only for the location mentioned in the PERMIT and for
one day only. Permit can be cancelled at any time if any violation observed.
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Safety Induction
SAFETY TRAINING
SAFETY INDUCTION TRAINING
WEEKLY TOOL BOX TALK
TRAINING
JOB SPECIFIC TRAINING
GENERAL SAFETY TRAINING
3RD PARTY SAFETY TRAINING
All required safety training will be conducted for effective and
safe manner of work throughout the project.
Employees must attend the required SAFETY training as it is a
LEGAL REQUIREMENT
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HSE TRAINING & COMPETENCY
SAFETY POLICY
WORKING AT HEIGHT
EXCAVATION
FIRE SAFETY
EMERGENCY EVACUATION
HEAT STRESS
WORKING ON SCAFFOLDS
LADDER SAFETY
PPE TRAINING
ACCIDENT / NEARMISS
MANUAL HANDLING
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
GENERAL SAFETY TRAINING
JOB SPECIFIC TRAINING
POWER TOOLS
LIFTING TOOLS AND
TACKLES
PTW TRAINING
HOT WORK - GAS
CYLINDER
MSDS – CHEMICAL
DRIVING SAFETY
3RD PARTY TRAINING
TOWER CRANE
OPERATOR
SIGNALMAN
FIRST AIDER
SCAFFOLDINGS
FIRE WARDEN
CRADLE OPERATOR
HOIST OPERATOR
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HSE MEETINGS
WEEKLY SAFETY MEETING
SUB CONTRACTOR SAFETY MEETING
PRE JOB SAFETY MEETING
EMERGENCY RESPONSE COMMITTEE
MEETING
WEEKLY FOREMEN / CHARGEHAND
MEETING
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Safety Induction
SAFETY INSPECTIONS
DAILY SITE SAFETY INSPECTION
WEEKLY JOINT SAFETY INSPECTION
LIFTING TOOLS / TACKLES
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
SCAFFOLDS / LADDERS
PPE – SAFETY HARNESS
POWER TOOLS / ELCB
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
REQUIRED 3RD PARTY INSPECTION
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DISCIPLINARY ACTION
While we believe that Health
and Safety at work places
can be achieved through
Engineering Control,
Educating the workforce and
Encouraging safe practices.
We also ensure to
discourage unsafe practices
and violations through
appropriated disciplinary
actions for the
violators/offenders.
MOTIVATION
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MOTIVATION
SAFETY INCENTIVE SCHEME
Reinforcing safe behavior in the minds of employees,
by means of positive motivational schemes, is a vital
factor in any management system to sustain their
interest. The employees have to be given with a clear
message that if they work safely on a consistent basis,
it will be noticed and recognized, although working
safely is a condition of employment. And a climate has
to be created to make the employees realize that
working unsafely is not worth the risk taken and the
probability of getting noticed while working unsafely is
very high.
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MOTIVATION
AMANA STEEL BUILDINGS CONTRACTING Co. LLC – Northern Emirates
for remarkable performance in “Health, Safety and Environment” at Dubai Design
District Project, UAE. Your efforts are recognized and the management is hereby
happy to award you the title of
is Presented to
MANDEEP SINGH
ID No. 31849
Mumtaz Ahmad Khan
Site HSE Manager
Motasem Thalji
Project Manager
“HSE Man for the Month of December - 2011”.
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Zero Tolerance Policy
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Zero Tolerance Policy
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Zero Tolerance Policy
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CONCLUSION
Let us analyze the hazards in
construction sites and take necessary
preventive HSE measures to have a
healthy, safe & pollution free Project.
Safety Induction
“Start Safe – Stay Safe”
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Amn safety induction j 175 - staff rev 4 - s 14

  • 2. 2 PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF DUBAI DESIGN DISTRICT – OFFICE BUILDING
  • 3. 3 GENERAL INFORMATION Project Name : Dubai Design District, Office Building (J 175) Client : TAMDEEN Consultant : Kling Consultant, Group Consult International, SPeC Main Contractor : AMANA Steel Buildings Contracting LLC Scope of Work : Block works, Plastering, MEP, Cladding work.
  • 4. 4 Information about key personnel at site. PROJECT MANAGER : Mr. Motasem Bellah Thalji TECHNICAL MANAGER : Mr. Jamal Qubbaj PROJECT HSE MANAGER : Mr. Mumtaz Ahmad Khan CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS: HSE Officers Mr. Md. Shameem (Bld # 2 4 6 8/9) Mr. Anson Abraham Mr. M.Suleiman Alseid (Bld #1 3 5 7 10/11) Mr. Hareesh South ZONE Mr. Mr. Asim Khalil / Mr. G Nair / Mr. Varun
  • 5. 5 HSE POLICY HSE POLICY (Key points to Remember) - A policy is a statements from top management to show the commitments towards HSE. - Signed and approved by GM - HSE is one of the main priority in the company - Prevention of incidents should be given high priority - Top management should guarantee the adherence of UAE Legal requirements. - Compliance of OHSAS 18001:2007; ISO 14001. - Continual improvements in HSE
  • 6. 6 OBJECTIVE OF HSE PLAN  The objective of HSE Plan is to provide a workable model to help the site management team in striving to achieve the ultimate goal of AMANA- Zero lost time incident.  We, the AMANA team of “Project J 175 of DDD – Office buildings” shall achieve the set health and safety goals: Zero fatalities, Zero Lost Time Injuries (LTI).  We shall achieve our goals by building and maintaining a safety culture in the day- to - day work activities of all the employees by integrating the safety requirements in all the Company procedures in compliance with all the legal requirements of Dubai. HSE PLAN
  • 7. 7  Provide safest possible working environment to employees.  Encourage safe behavior by suitable motivation.  Discourage all types of unsafe behaviors without fails.  All accidents, illnesses, property damage and pollution are avoidable and are to be prevented  No job is so urgent or demanding that it cannot be done safely  Adhering to HSE rules is a condition of employment  Setting examples through our behaviour  Nobody Gets Killed,  Nobody Gets Seriously Injured  No High Risk Incidents  Every person returns home safely to his family at the end of the project Vision for a Safe Project
  • 8. 8  All new employees should attend Safety Induction training.  They must carry the ID (Emirates ID / Health card / Valid VISA proof).  Horseplay, Fighting, Gambling, Running is prohibited  No photography unless authorized  Possession Or Use Of Alcohol, Or Unauthorized Drugs, Are Totally Prohibited. Possession, use and sale of alcohol and drugs as well as entry to the Site under the influence of alcohol or drugs is forbidden (worker who is caught will be permanently removed from the site);  No material should be taken from the project’s work areas without written permission from the project manager or his designated authority. Site Safety & Security Requirement
  • 9. 9 Personal Behavior and Conduct  Not permitted on site : Radios, Cassette players, CD player, Music Systems,  No site visiting during nights, Week-ends or holidays without prior permission;  Compliance with site rules and safety regulations is mandatory;  Tampering with safety equipment is forbidden;  Abusive or aggressive behavior is not permitted;  Causing damage on purpose or misuse of facilities on the job site is forbidden;  Eating and resting outside designated areas is strictly prohibited;  Operating machineries without authorization;  Compliance with security procedures is mandatory.
  • 10. 10 NO SMOKING POLICY  Smoking is prohibited in all areas, such as offices, toilets, corridors, stairs, floors, site yard, Hoist, stores and company vehicles (unless used privately) and other places where smoking is specifically prohibited.  THE ENTIRE CONSTRUCTION AREA IS DESIGNATED AS ‘NO SMOKING ZONE’.  SMOKING IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED EXCEPT IN THE *DESIGNATED AREA. CARELESS SMOKING IS ONE OF THE MAJOR CAUSE OF FIRE
  • 11. SITE TRAFFIC RULES SPEED LIMIT must be fixed as per the site requirements. TRAFFIC HAZARDS: TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS CLAIMS SEVERAL LIVES  No reverse policy at site (Making Round about / U Turn)  No overtake  Camel Hump – Speed Breaker  Drive defensively, depute FLAGman  Not using mobile phone while driving  Usage of Seat belts for driver as well as passenger  Never ride on construction vehicle (JCB, FLT, bobcat etc)  Following Local Traffic Rules Strictly  Care other road users while driving Other Traffic rules must be complied with. Over speeding, Unskilled drivers, Not following traffic rules etc SITE TRAFFIC RULES
  • 12. 12  UAE LABOUR LAW  ZONING AUTHORITY – TECOM  DUBAI MUNICIPALITY CODE OF CONSTRUCTION SAFETY PRACTICE UAE Regulations
  • 13. 13  Employers must provide adequate preventive measures for protection of their employees from risk of injury or occupational disease, fire risks or other kind of risks, which may result from the use of machinery and other equipment, handling of chemicals/ toxic substances or performing any other work (Working at height etc) at the work place. Duties of Employer to Protect Employees Duty of Employer
  • 14. 14  Follow correct instructions, don’t take chances, if you don’t know, ask.  Correct/report unsafe conditions and help to keep everything clean and orderly.  Use right tools and equipment for the job, use them safely.  Report all injuries, get first aid promptly.  Use, adjust and repair equipment only when authorized.  Use prescribed equipment, wear safe clothing and keep them in good condition.  Don’t horseplay, avoid distracting others.  Comply with all safety rules and signs.  Not to intentionally or recklessly interfere with anything provided in the interest of health and safety – PPEs, Fire Extinguishers etc. Employees Obligation
  • 15. 15 SUB-CONTRACTOR’S LEGAL RESPOSIBILTY  Besides moral duty, We / every contractor has a legal responsibility for safety  Supervisors (Contractors, Subcontractors) can be held criminally liable for serious injury or death of an employee if they have been negligent in their duties . Legal Obligation
  • 16. 16 Consequences of Incidents Supervisor jailed after crane collapses on workers by Amy Glass on Sunday, 06 July 2008 CRANE KILLINGS: A Doha court has jailed a construction site supervisor for two years after a crane collapsed, killing four men and injured three others. (Getty Images) A Doha court has jailed a construction site supervisor for two years after a crane collapsed, killing four men and injured three others, Qatar daily Gulf Times reported on Sunday. The supervisor, from Syria, and his employer were also fined 20,000 Qatari riyals ($5,499) each for the accident which killed three Filipino men and one Indian man. The accident occurred on March 19, 2007, when a crane being operated for the first time tilted and fell upon the workers at a construction site near the West Bay, Doha. The supervisor, his employer and insurance firm were jointly ordered to pay 150,000 Qatari riyals as ‘bloodmoney’ to families of three of the victims, the newspaper said.
  • 17. Supervisors (Contractors, Subcontractors) can be held criminally liable for serious injury or death of an employee if they have been negligent in their duties. Consequences of Incidents
  • 18. WORKING AT HEIGHT WOKING ON AN UNDEFINED HEIGHT IS MAJOR HAZARD IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY… MOST OF ACCIDENT CAUSED DUE TO FALL FROM HEIGHT. Number of fall from a height of over 2 m result in death or serious injury. Workplace HAZARDS
  • 19. Major causes of accidents in construction 1. Fall from Height 2. Fall of Materials 3. Structure collapse 4. Fire 5. Electrocution 6. Vehicle / machineries related 7. Other reasons Fall from height is the biggest killer in construction industries. 50% of all accidents are caused due fall from height. 50 % 50 % Workplace HAZARDS
  • 20. Year – unknown, Month May to July. No of Fatality - 10 1. Fall from Height - 6 2. Fall of Materials -2 3. Out of 8 accident 2 (TWO) are only due to lifting and CRANE. 4. Electrocution -2 UNSAFE ACTIONS AND UNSAFE CONDITIONS ARE THE ONLY REASON BEHIND THESE ACCIDENTS. Workplace HAZARDS
  • 22. 1. Do not work at height unless it is essential; 2. Ensure that the working platform is  Secure & Stable;  Footed on stable ground/support/structure;  support the weight of those persons using it and any materials; and  There is adequate working space to undertake the work; 3. Ensure that all open edges are protected by use of guard rails, barriers, etc. 4. Ensure suitable fall protection and give priority to collective Fall Protection over personal. Working at height - Prevention Prevention of Falls: Workplace HAZARDS
  • 23. 23  PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT IS A SAFEGUARD AGAINST JOB HAZARDS.  MANDATORY PPE AT SITE. The only area where PPE is not required is inside the offices PPE
  • 24. 24 Specialised PPE Personal protective equipment is a safeguard against job hazards. When used as intended along with other preventative measures, PPE minimizes or eliminates risks to employees. SAFETY HELMET & SAFETY SHOES are Mandatory PPE Other PPE shall be used as per the hazards present in your work area – Safety glasses / Face shields – Flying particles; Hand Gloves – Protection from sharp objects and chemicals – Ear muffs/ plugs – Protection against hearing loss; Dust Mask / Escape Mask – Dust, Mist, Gas Hazards – Harness – Protection from falling Remember! PPE is the last line of defense before “contact.”, hence should not be considered as first option for protection
  • 26. 26 Welfare Facility  In case of any injury, report to the site First Aid Room, no matter how slight the injury.  Get first aid treatment for all minor injuries and gives details about the injury to the Male Nurse.  Rest area  Drinking Water Facility  Mosque  Toilet / hand wash area  First aid Facility
  • 27. 27 Safety Induction REPORTING OF UNSAFE CONDITION, ACTS, NEAR MISSES, ACCIDENTS
  • 30. 30  In case of Accident.  In case of an Emergency  In case of FIRE  Drills, Alarm System, Escape route, Assembly Point  Emergency Contact Numbers / emergency control team  Emergency Exit Layout Plan Emergency Procedure YOU NEED TO KNOW… Nearest Assembly Point EXIT routes EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
  • 31. 31 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
  • 33. 33 EMERGENCY CONTACT EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS FIRE 997 AMBULANCE 998 POLICE 999 PROJECT HSE MANAGER 050 – 3782 302, MALE NURSE 0527152159 PROJECT MANAGER 050 852 8456 CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS SAFETY OFFICERS ELECTRICIAN (GULSHAD) 055 – 6172370
  • 35. 35  Stay calm, do not panic.  Inform your supervisor, storekeeper, secretary, and the nearest first aider.  Don’t touch the injured person if you suspect that he has been electrocuted.  If any material is lying on the injured person, assist others in removing it.  Don’t move the injured person unless it is VERY essential to do so; you may be hurting him by unnecessary movements  Move him only if there is further risk of injury to the casualty at the scene of accident.  Don’t give any drinks or food to the injured unless directed by competent persons.. IN CASE OF ACCIDENT
  • 36. 36 IN CASE OF FIRE JLT – C1 Tower 18th January 2007 12:30 pm UNSAFE HOTWORK IN LIFT SHAFT
  • 37. 37  ALERT! About fire and raise alarm.  Inform others who may in danger.  With the minimum of personal risk , attack the fire with fire extinguisher provided nearby.  Call others for help while extinguishing FIRE.  In the event that the fire can not be extinguished , evacuate the building using one of the designated “Exit” routes ( do not use Lift/Hoist) and go to “ASSEMBLY POINT”  Inform your supervisor.  Inform Safety officer / Construction Manager  Sub-contractor management will provide a written report within 24 hrs to AMANA HSE Department. ON DISCOVERY OF FIRE FOLLOWING ACTION WILL BE TAKEN IMMEDIATELY IN CASE OF FIRE
  • 39. 39 HEAD COUNTING FLOW CHART Head Count INCIDENT CONTROLER PROJECT MANAGER / CONSTRUCTION MANAGER TIME KEEPER / STORE KEEPER FIRE WARDEN - FOREMAN/ SUPERVISOR EMPLOYEE ROLL CALL COORDINATOR- PROJECT ENGINEER / SITE ENGINEER
  • 40. 40 Vehicles / Heavy Equipment All suppliers to be informed about the site HSE requirements, and they must bring the documents in ORIGINAL for verification and records. VALID vehicle registration Valid driving license Valid 3rd party certificate Valid 3rd party driver / operator training certificate Initial vehicle inspection and inspection tags Operators / drivers induction training Flagman
  • 41. 41 3rd Party Certificate All Heavy Equipment – backhoes, Wheel Loader, Roller, skid steer etc. Lifting Equipment - Tower Crane / Mobile Cranes / Boom Loader/ MEWP/ cradles Hoist / Material - Man basket / Loading Platforms Lifting tackles – Chain Sling, Web sling, D-Shackles etc. TC invalid: in case of ANY MODIFICATION / ALTERATION / REPAIR / INCREASE / DECREASE IN SECTIONS / SUPPORTS / OR COMPONENTS IS MADE.
  • 42. 42 3rd Party Training Certificate Tower Crane / Mobile Crane / Heavy equipment operators - Drivers Hoist operators Riggers – Signalmen – Banskmen Scaffold Erectors – Scaffold Supervisor (Scafftag Signing Authority) First Aid providers Fire Marshals Only ORIGINAL certificate to be shown during Induction Training, True Copy shall be made for RECORD.
  • 43. 43 3rd Party Training Certificate MEWP OPERATOR
  • 44. 44 PERMIT TO WORK HOT WORK PERMIT EDGE PROTECTION REMOVAL SHAFT ENTRY PERMIT ROOF WORK PERMIT EXCAVATION CONFINED SPACE LIFTING PERMIT HOT WORK Work at Height Excavation Lifting Work 1. Permit shall be issued to trained employees / engineer / foreman only. 2. Total 2 copies-Original at the work place, Second copy-with issuer; Closed permits (Original) to be submitted to Safety Dept. 3. Ensure the no residual risk after completion of work. 4. The permit issued will be valid only for the location mentioned in the PERMIT and for one day only. Permit can be cancelled at any time if any violation observed.
  • 45. 45 Safety Induction SAFETY TRAINING SAFETY INDUCTION TRAINING WEEKLY TOOL BOX TALK TRAINING JOB SPECIFIC TRAINING GENERAL SAFETY TRAINING 3RD PARTY SAFETY TRAINING All required safety training will be conducted for effective and safe manner of work throughout the project. Employees must attend the required SAFETY training as it is a LEGAL REQUIREMENT
  • 46. 46 HSE TRAINING & COMPETENCY SAFETY POLICY WORKING AT HEIGHT EXCAVATION FIRE SAFETY EMERGENCY EVACUATION HEAT STRESS WORKING ON SCAFFOLDS LADDER SAFETY PPE TRAINING ACCIDENT / NEARMISS MANUAL HANDLING ELECTRICAL SAFETY GENERAL SAFETY TRAINING JOB SPECIFIC TRAINING POWER TOOLS LIFTING TOOLS AND TACKLES PTW TRAINING HOT WORK - GAS CYLINDER MSDS – CHEMICAL DRIVING SAFETY 3RD PARTY TRAINING TOWER CRANE OPERATOR SIGNALMAN FIRST AIDER SCAFFOLDINGS FIRE WARDEN CRADLE OPERATOR HOIST OPERATOR
  • 47. 47 HSE MEETINGS WEEKLY SAFETY MEETING SUB CONTRACTOR SAFETY MEETING PRE JOB SAFETY MEETING EMERGENCY RESPONSE COMMITTEE MEETING WEEKLY FOREMEN / CHARGEHAND MEETING
  • 48. 48 Safety Induction SAFETY INSPECTIONS DAILY SITE SAFETY INSPECTION WEEKLY JOINT SAFETY INSPECTION LIFTING TOOLS / TACKLES FIRE EXTINGUISHERS SCAFFOLDS / LADDERS PPE – SAFETY HARNESS POWER TOOLS / ELCB MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT REQUIRED 3RD PARTY INSPECTION
  • 49. 49 DISCIPLINARY ACTION While we believe that Health and Safety at work places can be achieved through Engineering Control, Educating the workforce and Encouraging safe practices. We also ensure to discourage unsafe practices and violations through appropriated disciplinary actions for the violators/offenders. MOTIVATION
  • 50. 50 MOTIVATION SAFETY INCENTIVE SCHEME Reinforcing safe behavior in the minds of employees, by means of positive motivational schemes, is a vital factor in any management system to sustain their interest. The employees have to be given with a clear message that if they work safely on a consistent basis, it will be noticed and recognized, although working safely is a condition of employment. And a climate has to be created to make the employees realize that working unsafely is not worth the risk taken and the probability of getting noticed while working unsafely is very high.
  • 52. AMANA STEEL BUILDINGS CONTRACTING Co. LLC – Northern Emirates for remarkable performance in “Health, Safety and Environment” at Dubai Design District Project, UAE. Your efforts are recognized and the management is hereby happy to award you the title of is Presented to MANDEEP SINGH ID No. 31849 Mumtaz Ahmad Khan Site HSE Manager Motasem Thalji Project Manager “HSE Man for the Month of December - 2011”.
  • 56. 56 CONCLUSION Let us analyze the hazards in construction sites and take necessary preventive HSE measures to have a healthy, safe & pollution free Project. Safety Induction “Start Safe – Stay Safe”
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